This recipe was originally posted 12/30/15.
I can’t believe it’ almost 2016!! I swear 2015 has gone by so fast. We are getting ready for our traditional low-key New Year’s Eve celebration with family, so I decided to whip up some fun and easy New Year’s Eve cookies.
These New Year’s Eve cookies are a cake mix cookie (so easy to make) with lots of fun and sparkly, New Year’s Eve themed sprinkles mixed in. Think gold, silver, black, and white.
I may have a sprinkle addiction, so I already had plenty of fun options in my sprinkle drawer (yup I have a drawer just for sprinkles). 😉
Easy New Year’s Eve Cookies Ingredients
- Cake Mix
- 1/3 C + 1 TB Canola Oil
- 2 Eggs
- Assorted white, silver, black and gold sprinkles
How to make Easy New Years Eve Cookies
Combine the eggs and oil with the cake mix. Then generously add your New Year’s Eve themed sprinkles and stir gently.
Chill the dough in the fridge for a few hours. I think the cookie turn out chewy but if you don’t have time, it won’t be the end of the world. Unless of course, it’s 1999 (Y2K anyone?!?!?). 😉
Drop ~1″ balls on parchment paper lined cookie sheets. Bake for 8-10 minutes at 350 degrees, be careful not to undercook these cookies.
Chocolate New Year’s Eve Cookies
Chocolate New Year’s Eve cookies are fun too, just use a box of chocolate cake mix. I also added a little black food dye, to really make the sprinkles pop.
This recipe is easy enough for kids to make if they want to help with New Years Eve party prep too!